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10A-Sunday, May 4, 2003 Se g the Mon area since 1908 ney With divisional track meet just 10:56.13. around the corner, Sidney's Boys field events track teams are warming up with With a greatly improved throw nicely as several individual of 174-6, Scott Huft won the efforts were recorded at the javelin event. Lico Sifuentes Miles City Invitational meet threw the shot put 45-4 for a Saturday. With a team score of sixth-place finish. With a vault 70.5 points, Sidney's girls of 13-0, Anthony Maltese placed third behind Miles City placed third, and with this vault with 91 points and Sheridan, put him as the second highest Wyo., with 92 points. The boys vaulter in Sidney's record. team, with 28 points, placed Girls timed events ninth at the meet. Lisa Rehbein, in the 100- Boys timed events meter dash, placed fifth in a time In the 200 meter dash, Kyle of 13.4. Sara Farr won the 100- Welnel won the event in a time me.ter hurdles in a time of 16.77 of 23. ! 3. Scott Suko, in the 3200 as well as placing third in the meter run, placed sixth in 400-meter run with a time of 60.47. Danielle Hagen placed to place fourth. fourth in the 800-meter run withGirls a time of 2:29.03. S. Farr, in the Mandy Norby 300-meter hurdles, ran to a sec- fourth-place ond-place finish in 47.25 while with a throw of Amy Fullmer placed fourth with high jump, Bridgett', a time of 48.48. Becky 4-10 for a Huskamp placed fourth in the Heidy Bouchard 1600-meter run with a time of jump, placed 5:43.41. The short relay team of 32-1 followed ran a time of 52.14 to place sec- Janaye Brown in ond while the girls 1600-meter jump of 32-1/4. relay team ran a time of 4:16.16 pole vault event PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Scott Huft threw a personal best throw of 174-6 to win the javelin event in Miles City Saturday. The area's premier track ath- letes gathered Tuesday to com- pete in the Top 10 track meet held in Glasgow. The top four place winners are as follows: Boys timed events Circle's Brandon Birkley ran a time of 52.2 in the 400-meter dash to place second. Also plac- ing second was Fairview's Kelsey Wiltzen in the 800-meter run with a time of 2:03.0. In the 3200-meter run, Lambert's Zac Jones placed second in 10:37.3 while Sidney's Scott Suko placed fourth in a time of 10:40.9. Sidney's 400-meter relay team placed fourth with a time of 45.6. Boys field events Savage's Phil Pust, with a jump of 20-13/4, placed third in the long jump. Sidney's James Beyer jumped to a fourth-place finish in the triple jump with a jump of 40-7. Lambert's Chris Evenson cleared 6-4 to win the high jump. Placing second in win over In a 16-1 victor / 9ver well. Lea the way in RBIs Poplar Tuesday, Sidney's fast-" was Siftl ntes: with three and pitch team put together a hitting display accounting for 12 hits in five innings of play. First-inning singles by Sam Byer and Ashlee Anvik helped the Eagles off to an early first- inning lead of 2-0. Although put down in order in the second, Sidney rallied for five runs in the third behind a pair of singles by Michelle McPherson and Anvik as well as a triple by Kendra Kallevig. Sidney again struck in the fourth as Sweley and LeighAnn Sifuentes teamed up for hits to add an additional to the Eagles' scoreboard and take a com- manding 8-0 advantage into the fifth inning. Sidney's momen- tum carded over into the fifth as a one-out single by KaUevig was supported by follow-up sin- gles by Sifuentes and Byer as the Eagles extended its margin to 16-0. Poplar's lone run came in the bottom of the fifth inning in the 15-run win for Sidney. Kallevig led the Eagles at the plate with three hits. McPher- son, Sifuentes, Byer and Anvik all ended play with two hits while Sweley added a hit as Poplar to four hits for the game. Sidney's final home game of Kallevigwith two. the season is a conference Good pitching by McPherson matchup with Glendive Tuesday and strong overall defense held at Lyndale Park. PHOTO BY DUANE NORBY Sidney's LeighAnn Sifuentes had a good day at the plate with two hits and three RBIs against Poplar Tuesday. F s pi -ck < o’t-b ll • hoH-st-op/pi 'che r Asklee Aavik • < opkov ore Ashlee Anvik has provided the Sidney Eagles with strong offensive and defen- sive play. Ashlee accounted for one of Sidney's five hits and the team's RBI in the loss against Belgrade. She then a ccounted for two of the team's five hits and scored a run against HunUey Project, In Sidney's 16-1 victory over Poplar, Anvik finished with two hits, two RBIs md one run. Defensively, Ashlee provides the Eagles with good range and strong play at shortstop. As she continues to =mprove and becomes more consistent she has the ability to be one of the top infielders in the Eastern A. Brought to you by: i , 240~ Owned ar~ operated by ,tunic Weber All trucks, Rangers, SUVs and Windstars *350 qver invoice All •cars $50 over invoice excluding T-Bird *trades taken accordingly *on units in stock Mondak Ford 215 E Main, Sidney • 433-1810 the discus was Fairview's Derek Johnson with a throw of 145-6. Sidney's Lico Sifuentes, with a throw of 46-5, placed fourth in the shot put. Girls timed events Sidney's Amy Fullmer record- ed a time of 1:02.3 in the 400- meter dash to place fourth. In the 800-meter run, Richey's Sarah Servais placed third in a time of 2:28.4 followed closely by Sidney's Danielle Hagen in fourth with a time of 2:28.6. Bainville's Kayla Hauso placed second in the 3200-meter run with a time of 12:07.3. Lam- bert's JaNae Klempel won the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 16.4. In the 300-meter hurdles, Sidney's Sara Farr placed third with a time of 46.7. Sidney's short relay team placed fourth in 52.7 while its long relay team ran a time of 4:14.9 for a third- place finish. Girls field events Fairview's Amanda Andreasen jumped 32-71/2 to place third in the triple jump. Sidney's Bridgett Farr cleared 5-0 to place fourth in the high jump. Sidney's Ashley Taylor vaulted 10-6 to win the pole vault. With a throw of 34-61/2, Fairview Nicole Johnson placed fourth in the shot put as well as placing second in the discus with a throw of 114-2. In the javelin, Culbertson's Ashley Sorensen placed second with a throw of 120-0 followed by teammate Ashley Moran with a throw of 113-11. Richey's Cam- mie Carr threw the javelin 113- 4 to place fourth. Pictured is Beau Teacher competing at a tournament. Teacher placed third in forms sparring in the junior black belt division last at the 37th Annual Northwest Tse Kwon Invitational Championships. The tournament in Billings and hosted by the Rocky Mountain Tae Kwon Do Karate Club. Erik Ohlin, coml eight year-old purple belt division, placed ring and third in forms. In the adult blue Severson placed second in forms. wrest Y Entertainment with an action-lot of money from them," Melby can get some packed punch is slated for May said. "The experience we could tion by going up 13 at the Sidney High gymnasi- get from 14 matches against the The smoker is um as Sidney high school stu- nation's best teams is invalu- p.m. as a regulation dents go toe-to-toe in the first- able, but the cost to the families ees, judges, ever Sidney Eagle Wrestling can be burdensome." head gear promote Smoker. Normally, a select group of tic and exciting This boxing extravaganza fea- Sidney wrestlers would compete Ringside seat cost tures a night of three-round with other top Montana bleacher seats to cost matches in a fundraising event wrestlers as a Montana All-Star students with activity to help Sidney wrestlers com- team at the Disney Duals in the attend for $4. pete as a team at the Disney All-Star division. This year, be available as well. National Folkstyle Dual Cham- however, Melby feels Sidney's pionships held in Orlando, Fla. wrestling team could fair very Put together by Sidney well competing in the high Wrestling Head Coach Guy school teamdivision, clinic Melby, the event has already"There will be some nationally A free fast-pitch attracted more than 40 partici- ranked high school teams there for grades K-12 is pants including four girls, and I would really like these "We used to have these smok- boys to compete against some of era back in college and raised a them," Melby said. 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Just bring Fairview summer hold sign-ups for ball and T-ball Tuesday at the Elementary office 5:30 p.m. A will also be held Hotel Albert's Other p.m. Relay for Life meetings on Monday with a team 6 p.m. members meetings are Matthews parish upstairs classrooaa.~ ' tions can be referred at 742-5417,